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Canada imposes targeted sanctions against Myanmar general
Canada has imposed "targeted sanctions" against a Myanmar general who led an army crackdown that forced over hundreds of thousands of minority Rohingya Muslims to flee to neighboring Bangladesh.
Climate change concerns much higher in Latin America, Caribbean than US, Canada
More than eight in 10 adults in Mexico and Central America believe climate change is a very serious problem for their country, more than twice the proportion of adults in the US and Canada, according to a new ‘Insights’ report from Vanderbilt's Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP) titled ‘Education and Risk Assessments Predict Climate Change Concerns in Latin America and the Caribbean’.
Canada agrees to sign on to TPP
Canada has agreed to sign on to the resurrected Trans Pacific Partnership along with 10 other Asia-Pacific countries, moving forward with the trade pact after the United States pulled out last year.
Canadian natural gas industry a 'sad story'
A prominent commodities analyst struck a gloomy tone as he delivered a blunt assessment of the Canadian natural gas industry's fortunes this year, describing it as a ‘sad story’.
Saudi Arabia pressures Canada over calls to end Yemen war
Saudi Arabia is reported to have imposed a great deal of pressure on the Canadian Embassy in Riyadh over Canada’s campaign to end the war in Yemen, a source close to the embassy has revealed.
Record low temperatures grip parts of US, Canada
The torrent of arctic air that poured into many parts of the United States this week tightened its grip on Saturday and brought record cold to some spots, as forecasters warned revelers from Memphis to Maine to expect numbing conditions on New Year’s Eve.
Canada's economy unexpectedly stalls
Canada’s economy unexpectedly stalled in October on a decline in oil output, a disappointing kickoff to the final quarter of 2017.
Canadian billionaire, wife found dead at home
Canadian police said they were investigating the mysterious deaths of the billionaire founder of Canadian pharmaceutical firm Apotex Inc, Barry Sherman, and his wife, Honey, who were found dead in their Toronto mansion on Friday.
NAFTA talks have hit a wall after Mexico, Canada resist US demands
The United States, Mexico and Canada failed to resolve any major differences in a fifth round of talks to rework the NAFTA trade deal, drawing a swift complaint from the Trump administration on Tuesday that the lack of progress could doom the process.
Iran’s UN envoy slams Canada’s double standards on human rights (video)
A senior Iranian diplomat has blasted Canada for proposing a “politically-motivated” UN resolution on the situation of human rights in Iran, while Ottawa, itself, has long been involved in a broad range of human rights abuses at home and elsewhere.
Iran slams Canada’s selective stances on human rights (Video)
Iran’s Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the UN Es’haq Al-e Habib lambasted Canada’s selective stance on human rights.
Molaei's 'Kupal' awarded Canada accolades
Iranian drama 'Kupal', written and directed by Kazem Molaei, won the best feature award and best actor award (Levon Haftvan) at the 12th Hamilton Film Festival in Canada from November 4 to 12.
Smoking kills 125 people a day in Canada
The Conference of Board of Canada said smoking is responsible for a ‘devastating health burden’ that highlights the need for the government to toughen its efforts to cut the use of tobacco.
Smoking costs 45,400 lives in Canada annually
There are more than 45,400 deaths in Canada attributable to smoking, and the habit cost the economy $16.2 billion in 2012, according a new study from the Conference Board of Canada.

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